Vinita Bali was brought into the world on 11 November 1955 in Bangalore. She is an Indian financial specialist and Women Entrepreneur who was the Managing Director and CEO of Britannia Industries Limited.
Vinita got a four year certification in Economics from Lady Shri Ram College for Women from the University of Delhi in 1975. She acquired a grant to Michigan State University in the United States. She got her Master of Business Administration – MBA degree from Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies. Vinita filled in as an assistant at the United Nations Headquarters.
Her first occupation was at Voltas. She worked for the Indian division of Cadbury for a very long time. In Voltas, she dealt with the dispatch of the Rasna, India's biggest maker and exporter of soda pop and moment drink. Rasna is one of the celebrated soda brands in India. In Cadbury, she extending the organization's business sectors in India and Africa.
In 1994, a soda pop maker, Coca-Cola employed Vinita as its Marketing Director. Afterward, Bali named in Coca-Cola as Vice President of Marketing for Latin America. Vinita Bali likewise functioned as Vice President of Corporate Strategy, during her nine years at Coke. In 2003, Vinita left Coca-Cola to work at the Zyman Group and left in 2005.
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In 2006, Vinita takes the situation of CEO at Britannia Industries Limite, an Indian food organization where she was at last named Managing Director. Britannia's income significantly increased to $841 million under her heading. Forbes named Vinita on its rundown of "Asia's 50 Power Businesswomen" in 2011. In 2014, Vinita got a Forbes Leadership Award.
In India, Vinita fills in as a Non-Executive Director on the Boards of Kasturi and Sons Ltd, Titan Industries Ltd, and CRISIL Ltd. Vinita Bali has broad involvement with driving corporates both in India and abroad.
Bali established the Britannia Nutrition Foundation in 2009. The establishment battles youngster unhealthiness through strengthened bread rolls conveyance to Indian younger students. With the Britannia Nutrition Foundation, Vinita won a Corporate Social Responsibility Award for her work. Bali likewise won "Monetary Times Awards" as the "Money manager of the Year" Award in 2009.